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and applause] >> watch gavel-to-gavel coverage of the democratic convention live here on c-span. next is the speech of george mcgovern in 1972. jimmy carter's 1976 acceptance speech scomprks barack obama from 2008. >> tomorrow on "washington journal" rob christian son from the "news news and political observer." the political dynamics in north carolina heading into the november election. that by susan roberts. and ryan butler discusses gay and lesbian issues. >> c-span's gavel-to-gavel coverage next week and online at c-span.org. featured speakers in >> we will build an american community again. the choice we offer is not conservative or liberal. in many ways, it is not even republican or democratic. it is different, it is new, and it will work. [cheers and applause] >> count your own opinion and connect with other c-span viewers. conventionhub@ cspan.org/ campaign2012. >> the start of mcgovern's speech was delayed until after 2:00 a.m. eastern time. he spoke for about 22 minutes. >> my fellow citizens, i am happy to join you for this benediction of our friday sunrise service. [cheers
for the democratic national convention. live gavel-to-gavel coverage of the late afternoon start that runs well into the evening. you can watch it all here, on c- span. we hope you enjoy the rest of your day and we will see you back here tomorrow. ♪ [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> watch gavel-to-gavel coverage of the democratic convention from charlotte, n.c., starting on tuesday. next, we will talk about the democratic convention with the mayor of los angeles, followed by past democratic convention speeches, starting with hillary clinton in 1996, and john edwards, from 2004, in boston. >> joining us this week on "newsmakers," the mayor of los angeles. he is the president of the democratic national convention this year. we are here in tampa with major garrett and peter nicholas. the mayor is in our washington studio. before we leave tampa, let's start there. what is your impression of the republican convention this year? >> thank you for having me, by the way. it is good to be with the three of you. i thought
, can we move this forward with a positive recommendation without objection? >> yes. >> [ gavel ] . >> thank you very much. >> miss miller could you please call the last item. >> item no. 4, ordinance amending the planning code and reinstate controls to prohibit liquor license types, et cetera. >> this one is sponsored by supervisors farrell and wiener and catherine from supervisor farrell's office is here. >> good afternoon. supervisor cohen passed legislation this year. we all know legislation was necessary and received unanimous support of the board. we realized however when the definition of "restaurant" was changed in inadvertently unraveled the liquor license controls in place in the district. therefore since bars were prohibited in the union street ncd, restaurants could not obtain a new liquor license. the new definition allowed them to have a liquor license as as along as they operated a bona fide eating establishment. we agreed with them and they fought long and hard for the controls and they are working well in the corridor we want to thank supervisor wiener f
coverage starting with the gavel coming up. standby. major speaker tonight including the former president bill clinton. meanwhile, other news. a magnitude 7.6 earthquake strikes off the coast of costa rica. >> hi, wolf. you can see some some of the shaking caught on tape. struck west of the capital san jose and centered 28 miles deep. at least one person is now dead. authorities initially issued tsunami warnings for parts of the nicaraguan coastlines. those have since been canceled, but there are some reports of damage. secretary of state hillary clinton was in china today huddling with the foreign minister over the crisis in syria. the secretary of state expressed hope that the two countries can unite behind one strategy to end the bloodshed. china and russia are currently blocking tougher u.n. security council resolutions over syria. meanwhile, egypt's president is calling for change in the region telling an arab league meeting it's time for syria's president to leave. and health officials are warning o of a virus uncovered at yosemite. two infected have died. the symptoms can include f
with a slight lead, calling the two tied. the obama camp is streaming the entire convention, gavel to gavel online. >>> governor martin o'malley is expanding remarks he made about the state of the country over the weekend. o'malley told face the nation that people are not better off than they were four years ago. but this morning the governor said we are better off as a country because we're creating jobs rather than losing. o'malley will speak at the democratic national convention. >>> well, for many women, labor day is the day they spent in labor giving birth to their children. it's aimed at improving a turn nal healthcare. locally members of improving birth choices gathered at the columbia mall this morning to speak out on the need for women to seek as much information on birthing options before they make choices. >> we have a voice. if you're going to choose cesarean, make sure what the real outcome is. ask for evidence-based information. >> things like convenient cesareans and when someone offers you that option and doesn't explain all the risks, it's easy to make that choice. >> the g
on convention coverage. it wasn't like 1956 and gavel to gavel televising got going. >> it wasn't until 1956 that television figured out how to cover a convention when a couple of pioneers named huntley and brinkley sat and just made conversation about what was happening. brickley even made jokes about it. >> it was 12:31:15 chicago time when we first heard the words will the delegates take their seats and then we found as always they did not at 12:52. chris: they found this on their chairs. it says you're on tv. tips on how your behavior can win democratic votes from our tv audience. one tip, get into your place well ahead of time. the hall can't look good with late comers drifting in. another tip, pay no attention to the cameras. you'll really get wiped out but fast if you insist on playing lens mugger, hand waiver. television's big role was resented by republicans in the goldwater year when he took the podium at that 1964 convention, former president eisenhower got this huge reaction by criticizing the networks. watch the delegates pointing their fingers up at the press box. >> particular
sticks out for you in these two years that you've had the gavel? >> well, when i took the gavel january 11, and realized what we were going to have to do, i renamed the committee the discipline committee. i said to senator boehner, i said, i ran to be chief, but you've got me in charge of the latrines. [laughter] but it has been a tough time. we came in with the commitment to radically cut spending and get ahold of fiscal reins. it fell on our committee's lap to do the serious work of writing and spending on the discretionary side. all the while, we said we have to deal with entitlements. we will deal with small numbers on the discretionary side, but you've got to deal with those big numbers on the mandatory side. and there has been an effort in the budget committee's side to do that. as it turns out, we had early on in that fight, led us to this sequestration problem which we have now. which we've got some. >> is the public sufficiently set for the severe cuts in the entitlement program? >> no, it's not. >> who do you see in this party that -- who do you see that will set the for them?
the world can watch the entire convention. gaffe to gavel, live -- gavel to gavel, live streamed through the democratic convention website and the mobile app. in addition, the program is streamed simultaneously in spanish. [ applause ] during the national convention, we will clearly demonstrate why we need to keep barack obama and joe biden in the white house! [ applause ] at this convention, it's about more than renominating president obama. americans coming together to build one economy. not from the top down. but from the middle class out. and bottom up. this convention success will be gauged on engaging the american spirit and involving people who want to put their shoulders to the wheel. change our country for the better. [ applause ] we have, we are so proud we have the largest number of delegates ever assembled at a democratic national conventio convention. as i look out i see democrats that represent the strength and unity of our party. the democratic party is the oldest continuing party in the world. your participation is testment to the fact we're the most vibrant, encollusive,
will include the san antonio mayor castro and first lady obama. we will be live. starting tomorrow, gavel-to- gavel coverage carolina. coming up tonight, we hear from president obama at a labor day rally with the united auto workers and then a campaign rally with paul ryan in greenville, north carolina. that is followed by the preview of the convention. heading into the democratic national convention,we will hear from delegates charlotte. >> i am from south carolina. the most important issue for me is financial and immigration. >> and i am from burlington, vermont. we are having a wonderful time. host city.ceat >> i am the chairman of the democratic party, and i am pleased to be here for the convention, and i am supporting our rafik obama for president. >> i am with the colorado delegation. the most important issue for meat is health care. i was pleased we got a health care bill passed, and it is such an important issue, and we should be supporting the president for that reason. >> i am going to vote for president obama because of women's issues and latino issues, and i am proud to be vot
. here is a look at who will be speaking. you can tune in for gavel-to- gavel coverage. that is all tonight on day two of the democratic national convention at the charlotte arena. next call comes from san marino, california. brian, thank you for holding. caller: even as a conservative, i love the first lady's speech. it was graceful. it was lovely. i cannot begin to express my respect for her and what she is trying to do. even though i'm not planning to vote for president obama. however, i want to make a comment on the coverage of c- span. i love the gavel to gavel and no-nonsense, but one thing our -- i remember in going through the republican convention and now the democratic convention, the first day is the cutaways. the speakers speak and then they cut away to the audience. it i know there are more african-americans and people of color of the democratic convention, but i could not help but notice that almost every cutaway shots from the speaker had a minority at the democratic convention, but at the republican convention there was almost no one. i have no way of knowing what th
of the convention, and of course, gavel to gavel coverage on c-span and c-span.org. and it's also labor day, 2012, the president will be in toledo, ohio, for a uaw picnic. live coverage today on c-span at 12:30 p.m. eastern time of that campaign rally. we, the washington examiner yesterday had this article. obama to try to make case for sticking with him. don't expect president obama to try to reinvent himself this week at the democratic national convention. instead, he and a slew of his defenders will seek to convince voters to stick with the president they know, rather than gamble on someone they don't. a challenging task, tpeufpb that most americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction. that's from the washington examiner this morning, and that's what we're asking you this morning. president obama, 2008 voters, are you sticking with him? yes or no? two hundred two is the area code, you say yes you're sticking with him here in 2012, 737-ooo16789, there's a number for you to dial, 202-737-ooo2 if you say no, you're changing your mind. you can also make a comment on our facebook page
to charlotte now. the democrats getting down to business. a little over an hour ago, the gavel came down on the democratic national convention. and tom fitzgerald is following this. there are other big names taking the stage tonight? >> you're right, brian. you ran through some of those at the top here and this stands to be the most maryland and virginia-centric night. in addition to the first lady, tonight you have heard brief words from maryland governor martin o'malley. he'll be back later with extended remarks and we have heard from the house senate, house minority leader steny hoyer and later on in an hour, we'll hear from former virginia governor ed you can rant -- current u.s. senate candidate tim kaine. debbie wattserman schultz gaveled -- debbie wasserman schultz gaveled in the convention about 5:00 tonight. the president himself, meanwhile, is appearing in norfolk, virginia. he hammered his officerral mitt romney's economic plans and continued to drum up support in anticipation tonight from michelle obama's speech. with the delegates in the country first heard from the first la
. they're getting ready to pound that gavel. very, very soon. >> they're going to close those doors when it is. i'll tell you, wolf. >> day three. we were supposed to be outside right now. but we're inside. and that's fine too. >> we just had a big storm out there. >> i know. we'll see what happens. we're watching it all unfold. gloria's going to be with us obviously throughout the night as well. we're stanng by for this the last night of the democratic national convention. the gavel to order about to happen. also, i can't wait, james taylor, yes, he's going to be performing live right behind me in just a matter of minutes. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. massmutual is owned by our policyholders so they matter
you very much for taking us behind the scenes, behind the lens. >> starting tomorrow, watch a gavel-to-gavel coverage. every minute, every speech, live here on c-span. coming up, the democratic national convention -- committee news conference. and then we will hear from president obama. he held a labor day rally with the workers in toledo ohio. heading into the democratic national convention, we talked about the most important issues in the 2012 campaign. >> i am from missouri. i'm here to support president obama because i thi he has the experience and intellect and what it takes to get the job done for america. >> in from illinois. i wanted to cast my vote for president barack obama so he can continue the movement he started four years ago. if it will take four more years to get this done. >> i am from vermont. i am here because i am supporting a visionary inclusive america looking forward rather than back. >> i am from vermont. i am supporting reelection because i believe we all need to reinvest in america. >> imf delegate from north carolina. i am here to cast my vote for full marriage eq
of the events we have been covering, and, of course, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the convention itself. is an interactive site. there is a lot of stuff there that is not on c-span tv, necessarily. orlando, florida. ashley, independent line. are you better off? caller: i am a libertarian and i am warsaw. first of all, four years is a long time that obama has had and all he has done is undermine the constitution, with the mdaa, tarp bailout, and socialist policies. i am 24 years of age and just got my social security statement. i have paid almost $10,000 in to social security -- social security. i will get none of that back, if changes are not made. i should have to -- i should have ways to opt out of paying that tax. our money is going down the drain. we have no options. no options for our future. we have been led to believe that there is this two party system and i have only two choices. who am i voting for? not mitt romney, and i am not voting for a socialist to does not agree with the constitution and will not stand up and defend the flag against domestic and foreign terrorists. i wi
in the white house. so we're just moments away from the day's opening gavel. you'll see it all here unfolding live. president obama says he'll share his vision for the future tonight. and his aides say he'll offer some concrete proposals at the same time. but what does he need to say in this crucial appearance, gloria borger, candy crowley are both here. the challenge for him, we know he's a great order, there will be poetry and pros and all of that, but the country wants some substance as well. >> yeah. i think president obama needs to convince the country that he can fix the economy, period. there's a lot of disaffected, disappointed democrats out there who are watching this convention, who watched mitt romney's convention. and they want somebody who can improve their lives. and i think the case has been made about the past four years by bill clinton. and it's up to the president to specifically say what his vision is for the future should he get re-elected. he wants this to be a choice election, not a referendum. he has to tell them what the choice is. >> all right. this is a moment i've b
[ gavel ] >> good afternoon everyone. >> good afternoon. >> it's monday, september 17th, 2012. s the meeting of land use and economic development committee of san francisco county. our clerk is miss alisa miller, miss miller could you lose give us announcements. >> please make sure to silence all electronic derises and completed speaker cards and all documents should be submitted to the cleric. items acted upon today will be on the september 25th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. thank you, we have four agenda items today. generally during public comment we give people up to 2 minutes per person if there is a lot of people on the issue and there is a buzzer that goes off after 30 second goes. so my hope is that people will really listen to the buzzer before their time limit is up. i wanted to thank the staff from sf.gov, charles and jesse larson for televising us today on sfgtv. >> miss miller, please call item 1. >> item no. 1, hearing on the budget and legislative amount's report on the possible impacts of forual retail on fresh food businesses. thank yo
in memory of mr. baker. >> thank you. [gavel] >> the renovation of balboa park, the oldest in the city of san francisco, and now it is the newest part in the city of san francisco. through our partnership, and because of public investment from the two thousand eight fund, we are celebrating a renewal and an awakening of this park. we have it safer, happier, more joyous. >> 3, 2, 1, [laughter] =--[applause] >> it is a great resource for families, to have fun in the city, recreation. >> this is an amazing park. we have not revitalized it without public and private investment. the critical piece of the process of this renovation was that it was all about the community. we reached out to everyone in this community. we love this park dearly and they all had thoughts and ideas and they wanted to bring their own creativity and their personality to bear on the design. what you see is what the community wanted. these ideas all came from the residents of this community. as a result, there is a sense of ownership, pride and responsibility that goes along with what is going to be an exciting park.
. i have gavel window and sheet rock. before they fix the blower it was worse. sometime i couldn't sleep all night. they fix the blower but now once in a while this air conditioning system is right next to my real property line. so the noises come from there. sometime they turn the blower off, which is better. sometime the staff forgot to turn the blower off. the thing is they can make the noise -- less noise or shut it off at night would be better so we can rest better. thank you. >> thank you. >>> i don't know how to use your computer so i will probably have to put my cell phone under here and show it on the screen. i have been a resident at 739 valencia for six years. the past two and a half years have been -- you could say traumatic. noise levels, disruptions, yelling, drunkenness, smoking, loud music, i have it all on video. i have over 100 videos collected. all of them i have to basically break them down within seconds. i only have two minutes to do this presentation. i agree with the attorney on our behalf as far as reducing their hours thursday -- sunday through thursday
in this job. you need to be reminded of people like her here. >> we are about 35 minutes before the gavel comes down in it is a little bit louder and a little bit more crowded as delegates arrived. it is raining outside. this venue will be locked down at some point this evening because the expected crowd in attendance. bank of america was the original venue but they have moved inside because of the rain. the president will deliver his remarks just after 10:00 p.m. eastern time. >> i am an independent. i have been independent for quite a number of years now. i really want to hear from both candidates on the specifics. in other words, details of exactly what they plan as far as jobs and the economy and foreign affairs. i have not paid attention to politics until the conventions and i always don't because i just think it is a big waste of s ofy until the convention' all the false advertising on tv and everything else that goes with it. i really think that we need strong, strong, strong campaign finance reform. >> thank you for the call. he brought up three issues. first of all, how specific
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to a delegate roll call gavel call to order. it's the pink-suited lady almost conominee who called for the nomination of a black/white/hawaiian, or as it is known in democratic circles, wednesday. don't get nervous, america. they know what they're doing. there were plenty of white dudes to go around last night as well. it's not like the democrats are just a bunch of lesbians sitting around singing "give peace a chance." >> ♪ give peace a chance [laughter] >> every convention's got one. see that anywhere. last night showed america there was still room in the democratic party for older, verbose white men, and together the alabaster musketeers showed that they were ready for the fight. >> you know, john mccain is my friend. >> the republicans in a few days will nominate a good man. he's served our country heroically. >> i've known and been friends with john mccain for almost 22 years. >> [bleep] on him without reservation, without qualification. what are you doing? may i offer you a sentence you will not hear at the republican convention? barack obama is heroic and american. >> let'
night. [inaudible conversations] >> all this week turn to c-span for live gavel to gavel coverage of the democratic national convention in charlotte, north carolina. this evening see speeches from massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren and former president bill clinton. watch every minute, every speech over on c-span. it on c-span2, it's booktv all day everyday throughout the convention with highlights of the nonfiction authors and books. and on c-span3, also throughout the convention, 24 hours of american history tv with lectures, oral histories and you look at historical american sites and artifacts. >> next on booktv, boston university journalism professor christopher daly discusses the evolution of journalism from the 1700s to the digital age. in his book, "covering america," he examines the current arguments that journalism is in danger and points to the numerous obstacles that the news industry has faced throughout its history. this is a little under an hour. >> welcome everybody. and please take your seat. i'm nicholas lemann, the dean of the journalism school. thi
come to order. [applause] a fewt gavel times in my life. please stand for the indication by gabriel salguero. >> let us pray. almighty, god, we have come to this place mindful of our absolute need to view. we confess that america has always needed your guidance, your strength, and your protection. lord, we acknowledge that we need your direction so as not to stray too far from the shores of your purposes. as he walked into the autumn of elections, we pray that we would continue to guide this great nation. republicans, independents, and democrats, never to tire in the work of justice and mercy. we should always helped the most vulnerable around us -- the child, the widow, the orphan, and a stranger. give us the courage to face the giants that threaten our life together and help us to force the future of our democracy from the better angels of our nature. lord, we know we still have work to do. may our work reflect your character. may to be made out of love, compassion, justice, and civility. may we never be satisfied until every son and daughter of god has an opportunity to flourish
in the 2012 election. "washington journal" live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> watched gavel-to-gavel coverage starting tuesday, every minute, every speech live on c- span. coming up next, "the communicators" with a look at technology and u.s. foreign policy, followed by past democratic convention speeches appeared first, john f. kennedy in 1960, followed by president lyndon johnson in 1964. >> this week on "the communicators," a discussion of foreign policy and technology. joining us is alec ross, the senior advisor for innovation at the state department. it would come just in an overall sense -- how does the state department use technology to further its goals? >> look, we live in a world where technology, networks are of increasing consequence in our foreign policy. it is increasingly the backbone for communications in commerce around the world. so for us, it is just a tool, but it is an important tool. we use it for communications. we have 288 facebook pages with 13 million fans. i think we have almost 200 official twitter accounts with a couple million followers. we are using it
] >> watch gavel-to-gavel coverage of the democratic convention from charlotte, n.c.. every minute, every speech, live here on c-span. next, mitt romney campaigning in ohio. after that, president obama talking at an ohio rally and the 1972 democratic convention. on newsmakers, the los angeles mayor, the chairman of the democratic national convention. he previews the convention that begins tuesday in charlotte, north carolina and talks about campaign issues. sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> i can only surmise, you know, there are a lot of cheap -- a lot of cages. >> i grabbed my cameraman and try to be important. >> i finagle my way onto one of the buses. the security council people seem pretty up sites. -- pretty uptight. are we the only ones here? the 99 bottles of beer on wall 99 bottles of beer ♪ come on, nobody? >> the french at the beginning of the crisis and here, we have --se belligerents fighters, >> it sounds to me like he is dodging the question. i walked out of my apartment in upper west side manhattan. nice place to live. i came out and i was greeted
voters is the goal to convention organizers. they will stream the entire convention gavel to gavel on the internet. and they will live stream a spanish language version as well. >> we know the latino vote could be the deciding vote for the presidency of the united states of america. and so it is great to be doing this. it is very, very important. >> dolores who co founded the farmer's union knows president obama pretty well. three months ago he awarded the civil rights and labor leader the medal of freedom, country's highest honor. young latinos are motivated and the internet is their platform. >> and they are really excited about this election. it is a good thing. >> tomorrow the california delegation gathers for their first meeting of the convention. they will be meeting priet bright and early with nancy pelosi at their hotel. we will be there too. >> and mark will be live this week from the democratic national convention in charlotte. you can get instant updates by following on him on our facebook page. mark is tweeting at matthews at abc.7. >>> he is a huge clint eastwood fan e
's changed first of all in the media. in the old days television covered it gavel to gavel. in one of two there was some suspense going in 1966 you didn't know if ford or reagan was going to win. wasn't tightly scripted as they are now. i still love it. this is a gathering of mitt co-s all over the america. >> plumbers with have their convention. >> exactly why shouldn't politicians. you meet interesting people. i'm sure they can trade notes. a state rep from oregon and alabama have interesting things to talk about. >> charlie:john what do you get out of this. >> i have al beat mother of all conventions 1968 chicago convention. >> that's where i started runner for new york times driving a car back and forth. >> predictable results '72 wasn't much better with mcgovern 2:38 a.m. >> let's start with this idea. you have seen bill clinton today. >> yeah. >> charlie:what's it like to watch him prepare a speech and how does he approach this process. >> i think he's been thinking about it for a very long time, reading a lot thinking about what he needs to do. i think he's -- he prepared a draft o
cable arena in charlotte, where the gavel came down just an hour ago for day one of the democratic national convention. i'm judy woodruff. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, it's the first of three days when the democrats make their case for a second term for president obama and vice president biden. >> woodruff: we'll take you to the floor to hear speakers and delegates. >> ifill: and step outside the arena to talk with massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren. >> woodruff: winning the youth vote was critical four years ago. ray suarez examines the effort this time around. >> ifill: half the delegates here are women. we'll look at the democrats' efforts to maintain their gender edge. >> woodruff: and gwen and i will be joined again tonight for insight and analysis from newshour regulars mark shields and david brooks. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> they can be enlightening or engaging. conversations help us le
. 2012] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> watch gavel-to-gavel coverage of the democrat convention from charlotte, north carolina. every minute, every speech. live on c-span. next, a discussion about southern voters in the election. then speeches from past democratic conventions, including hillary clinton in 1996 and edward kennedy in 1980. gavelspan's gavel-to- coverage of the democratic convention starts this week. every minute, every speech, live on c-span, c-span radio, and online at c-span.org. the two speakers tuesday night include san antonio mayor julian castro and first lady michelle obama. wednesday, massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren and former president oakland in. thursday, vice president joe biden and president barack obama. >> in the end, that is what this election is about. do we participate in a the politics of cynicism, or do we participate in a politics of hope? john f. kerry calls on us to hope. john edwards calls on us to hope. i am not talking about blind optimism, the willful ignorance that is unemployment will go away if we do not think about it
at the prime-time lineup and to you can watch on c-span in our gavel-to-gavel coverage, in the 7:00 hour, house minority leader nancy pelosi will take the stage. we'll also hear from the agricultural secretary its tom vilsack, whose wife is running for congress in iowa, from senator barbara mikulski of maryland, in the education senator -- secretary arne duncan. looking at 8:00, representative steny hoyer of maryland. also, the president of planned parenthood, cecile richards, and congressman barney frank of massachusetts. eric shinseki also be speaking in that hour. in the 9:00 hour, representative chris van hollen, and sandra fluke, who gained public attention for her positions on contraceptives, and the uaw president bob king, and the governor of delaware, jack amrkell. at 10:00, elizabeth warren, and then the presidential nomination speech from former president bill clinton. there will be a vote on the presidential nomination and a roll call of states which we expect to go late into the evening. you can catch that all on c-span throughout the night and you can find out more information on o
her own speech. only here will you have complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the proceedings. in the next hour, the gavel will come down by convention share. along with the mayor of los angeles. we will also hear from steady hoyer. his delegates are voting on the convention rules, followed by the convention platform. followed by governor bev perdu and pat quinn, then head -- tim kane. he is the former chair of the democratic national committee. we will hear from nancy pelosi, along with the mayor of charlotte, and a fox, harry reid, and our 39th president by video, jimmy carter, who accepted his own party nomination here in 1976. also, a tribute to the late edward kennedy. nancy keenan will deliver remarks before the delegates. governor lincoln chafee of rhode island, and governor cliburn of south carolina. the former governor of ohio will deliver remarks to the delegates and kathleen sebelius, along with the chicago mayor, wrong -- rohm emmanuel. at 10:00 eastern time, martin o'malley, a potential 2016 candidate for presidency. and the first lady, michelle obama. joining us
for celebrating with us today. happy valentine's day. we will see you at the ballpark. [gavel] director goldstein: good evening, and welcome to the august 22, 2012, meeting of the board of appeals, and with us today is president hwang: , -- president hwang, vice president fung, and joining us should be commissioner hurtado. there is one vacancy. when there is, they may overruled by three members. four votes are not required to overrule a department zone action. robert will provide any needed legal advice this evening. at the controls is the board legal assistants, victor pacheco, and i am cynthia olstein -- goldstien, the director. scott sanchez is representing the planning department. mr. duffy, representing the department of building inspection, and we also have patrick o'riordan, and john. -- john kwong. if you could, please, mr. pacheco, go over the royals. secretary pacheco please turn off yourself funds -- secretary pacheco: please turn off your cell phones and have conversations in the hall. the comments must be within the seven to three-minute periods, and some not affiliated have up to t
and may god bless you. may god protect our troops. ♪ ♪ >> watch gavel to gavel coverage of the democratic convention from charlotte, north carolina. every minute every speech live here on c-span. next a discussion on southern voters in the election. then robert kennedy's remarks at the 1964 democratic convention at 11:00 p.m. another chance to see "q&a" with ami horowitz. cbs news hour led the discussion on current trend and issues influencing southern politics, the 2012 election and future of the south. this is about an an hour and 15 minutes. >> hi everybody i'm judy, woodruff, i'm delighted to be here. i want to thank scott keeter with pew. i saw so many people in the room taking notes. i think you're going to be swarmed with people who ask questions and that will be looking at those not only your website and thumb drive and anything they can get their hands on information. i want to thank my dear friend susan king at the university of north carolina. if you're wondering why see asked a duke graduate to moderate this discussion, i will tell you, it's because i promised to be on good be
conventions gavel-to-gavel, and in this dais -- day in age, you're not going to do that on the network. streaming video in 2004 was a fairly new thing for most of us, and so we started something called abc news now with the democratic convention in the summer of 2004 where peter jennings anchored gavel-to-gavel coverage of the conventions on streaming video that the internet was open to anybody possible that otherwise wouldn't be even possible. george is a terrific reporter, a great journalist, and he really embraced social work media and the networks aggressively. i do think that in the end, and this is really -- i've discoveredded through the process why i wrote the book. when i set out, i wanted to write the book because i saw things i wish other people could get to see. it is richer. it is harder. it is in many ways more valiant than what i appreciated great jumpism really was. as i've gone through the process, i realized there was a further related reason why i care. i don't want this to be nostalgia or left in the past and to say wasn't that great we had peter jennings? wasn't th
on the book. thanks everyone for coming. [applause] >> all this week turn to c-span for live gavel to gavel coverage of the democratic national convention in charlotte, north carolina. this evening, see speeches from massachusetts senate candidate elizabeth warren and former president bill clinton. watch every minute, every speech over on c-span. here on c-span2, it's the tv all day everyday throughout the convention with highlights of nonfiction authors and books from this past year. and on c-span3, also throughout the convention 24 hours american history tv with lectures, oral histories and they look at historical american sites and artifacts. >> tonight in prime time on booktv, former national intelligence officer discusses his biography about transformational chinese leader deng xiaoping. >> because the idea of reform and opening was not yet an idea to deng xiaoping. and was criticized, joe's mouth to be his successor, who turned out not to be rude a great strong leader, was in favor of a lot of this reform. and a lot of the senior officials were in favor of a lot of those reforms. to s
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